Jennifer Sullivan is a New York-based artist whose painting practice evolved out of roots in performance and video. Her work explores diaristic subject matter and the transmission of emotional energies, as well as the relationship between psychology and embodiment, gender, humor, vulnerability, intimacy, and portraiture. She received her BFA from Pratt Institute and her MFA from Parsons. Recent solo exhibitions include Exiled Parts at No Place Gallery, Columbus, OH (2019), Stretch Marks at Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY (2018) and the soft animal of your body at Five Car Garage, Los Angeles, CA (2018). Sullivan has exhibited widely in group exhibitions at Peter Blum, Marinaro, Brennan and Griffin, Rod Barton, Marvin Gardens, Safe Gallery, Pablo's Birthday, 247365, Klaus Von Nichtsaggend, and the deCordova Museum. Awards include a fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center, and residencies at the Lighthouse Works, Skowhegan, Ox-Bow, and Yaddo. Her work has been reviewed in the NY Times, Artforum, Art News, The Brooklyn Rail, and Art Papers. She is represented by Five Car Garage in Los Angeles, CA. She lives and works in Ridgewood, Queens with her cat Queenie.